EU Proposal to Monitor "Intolerant" Citizens
"There is no need to be tolerant to the intolerant" — European Framework National Statute for the Promotion of Tolerance, Article 4"The supra-national surveillance that it would imply would certainly be a dark day for European democracy." — European Dignity Watch
Lars Hedegaard was acquitted by the Danish Supreme Court in 2012 on charges of "hate speech" for critical comments he made about Islam.
The principles of freedom of contract and the freedom to live according to one's personal moral views are in danger of being superseded by a newly developed concept of 'equality.' It would undermine freedom and self-determination for all Europeans and subject the private life of citizens to legal uncertainty and the control of bureaucrats. It is about governmental control of social behavior of citizens. These tendencies begin to give the impression of long-passed totalitarian ideas and constitute an unprecedented attack on citizens' rights.